NFL Pro Bowl 2018

NFL Pro Bowl 2018 Live Stream Online,The AFC all-stars, led by quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Derek Carr, meet the NFC all-stars, led by quarterbacks Drew Brees and Jared Goff, in the 2018 Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday, January 28, 2018

NFL Pro Bowl 2018 Live Stream

Date: Jan. 28, 2018
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida
TV: ABC/ESPN
Stream: WatchESPN

NFL Pro Bowl 2018

NFL Pro Bowl 2018

If you’re planning to watch the Pro Bowl on Sunday, you’re going to want to make sure to clear your afternoon schedule, because, for the first time in nearly 10 years, the game has been moved out of primetime.

This weekend’s game between the AFC and the NFC will kickoff at 3 p.m. ET, marking the first time since 2009 that the game hasn’t been played in primetime.

Although the Pro Bowl has undergone several changes over the years, the NFL will be giving us the normal AFC-NFC format for the second straight season. From 2013 to 2015, the league dumped the format in favor of a game where two captains would pick each team.

Pro Bowl week got off to a rousing start on Thursday with the annual skills challenge. Thanks to Jarvis Landry, the AFC pulled out a wild dodgeball win over the NFC. You can catch highlights of that by clicking here.

One thing you won’t see on Sunday are any players from either the Patriots or the Eagles. With New England and Philadelphia both playing in the Super Bowl, the NFL had to replace players from both teams for Sunday’s game.

As for the odds for the game, the NFC is favored by 3, with the Over/Under set at 70.

No. 1 SportsLine expert R.J. White — who finished in the top 1 percent of the nation’s top handicapping tournament and is up $2,144 on NFL picks this season — has released a pick against the spread. National sportswriter Mike Tierney — who’s 52-29 on NFL totals since the start of last season — has a strong opinion on Over or Under.

“When it’s the last game of the season, it definitely sticks with you a lot longer,” Mosley said. “It was tough, but you’ve got to live and learn from it. It just builds calluses, as Coach (John) Harbaugh says, and you try to redeem yourself next season.”

The Ravens looked as if they were headed to the playoffs in the final minute of the final game of the regular season. But Baltimore gave up a crushing, 49-yard touchdown pass with 44 seconds remaining and lost 31-27 loss to Cincinnati. The outcome put Buffalo in the playoffs for the first time since the 1999 season.

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